Good Housekeeping 400 Calorie Chicken: Easy Mix-and-Match Recipes for a Skinnier You! by Good HousekeepingChicken remains the most popular dish on the menu and the perfect food when youre going low calorie. Here are recipes that will satisfy your appetite without expanding your waistline: quick, easy-to-make, and flavorful stir-fries, stews, grills, roasts, salads, and sandwiches, along with inspiring mix-and-match sides (even desserts). Try favorites like Chicken Tortilla Soup, Barbecue Chicken Cutlets with Citrus Slaw, and Healthy Makeover Chicken and Dumplings! Everything tastes so good you wont believe theyre under 400 calories!
Chicken Stew with Rosemary Dumplings
You've heard the story: Chicken and dumplings , a thrifty, belly-filling dish, was born of the Depression, a relatively quick and easy way to stretch meager scraps into a meal for a family. These stories may sound romantic and, hey, somewhat logical, but here's the problem: They're simply not true. Dumplings, or dumpling-like foods, have been around, and served with stewed meat of some kind, for centuries. Related to the boiled puddings that have been a staple of European cooking since before America was colonized, these hearty, floury dishes date back to at least , and they've made appearances in American cookbooks since, as far as we know, Mary Randolf's cookbook "The Virginia Housewife. The chicken part came a little later. In "Housekeeping," you'll find two recipes for stewed chicken, one of which is simmered with "dumplings, made like biscuit but rolled thin.
Definitely a keeper! Chicken and dumplings are like the epitome of all comfort foods. After all, the dumplings? I was always a country music fan anyway. Shoo, be gone. Some folks make theirs flat because they cook faster that way.
It doesn't take hours to make a stew when you're using chicken breasts. The tender, melt-in-your-mouth dumplings make this stew a complete.
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This particular recipe cuts out hours of preparation by using a canned chicken broth and a ready-roasted chicken no dicing veggies and boiling chicken here! My entire family gobbles this meal up!! Chicken broth, a pre-roasted chicken from your grocery store, flour, baking powder, milk, salt and pepper. Place the 6 cups of chicken broth in a heavy sauce pan and boil on high. Peel skin away and discard Flake off medium sized chucks of white meat with a fork. Stir well until smooth, then let the dough rest for minutes.